These photos from Yanakie include a covered walking track, shrubs, water plants, natural granite rocks, fungi, gnarled tree stumps, sunset scenes, berries, Australian native correa, moss branches and more.
There’s usually plenty of space on any of our South Gippsland beaches, even over the most popular holiday seasons. These people were photographed walking, lying, sitting, sun-baking and playing on the sand at Waratah Bay Beach during the last week of the Victorian summer school holidays.
See more pictures taken at Waratah Bay
This happy little fishing village between Foster and Port Welshpool is a haven for people to moor their own boats, join in on fishing trips and even go for a peaceful walk along the well constructed boadwalks around the marsh land and water way.
So convenient to Wilsons Prom, the open ocean and corner inlet coastal park, I know of several people from Melbourne who leave their boats here and use them on weekends when they visit this magnificent area.
You can find more information about Port Franklin at http://south-gippsland.com/portfranklin.htm
See more lovely photos of Port Franklin at http://lifegames.com.au/port-franklin/
Even though I’ve traveled through different countries and toured across many parts of Australia, my favourite of all to take a walk is always Wilsons Promontory. The photographs I’ve taken in this National Park are some of the best I’ve seen.
No wonder is has the reputation of being number 1 tourist destination in Australia. I intend to go back again really soon.
The rubble that was left after the Meeniyan Supermarket burned down in 2009.